News Headlines - 14 August 2013

Eurozone emerges from recession led by France and Germany - FT.com

The eurozone has emerged from the longest recession in its history with heavyweights France and Germany leading the way, raising optimism that a recovery in the currency bloc is getting stronger.

UK unemployment rate holds steady at 7.8% - FT.com

Britain’s unemployment rate held steady at 7.8 per cent in the three months to June but investors focused on signs of underlying improvements in the labour market.

Egypt: 'Hundreds Die' In Raids On Morsi Camps

Hundreds of people have reportedly been shot dead by Egyptian security forces who tried to clear two protest camps loyal to deposed president Mohamed Morsi.

BBC News - India submarine blast: Lives lost in Mumbai port

A huge explosion and fire on an Indian submarine berthed at a Mumbai dockyard has killed a number of crew members, India's defence minister has said.

Google Street View takes a peek inside the Tardis - The Independent

If you’re using Street View outside Earl’s Court tube station simply click on the double-arrow to step inside the famous blue police box... The interior view lets users explore the main control room of the famous space ship, even letting fans down to the ‘ground floor’ to take a look at the heart of the Tardis.








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